Today's News

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bruins rally -- again -- for third straight win (12/08)

    Senior guard Matt Nichols scored a career-high 30 points and junior forward Andrew Kinney scored a career-high 23 points on 5-of-6 shooting from the arc as the visiting Central Hardin Bruins rallied to beat Grayson County on Tuesday, 81-67.

    Nichols also had seven rebounds and four assists, while Kinney had four rebounds and three steals.

    Sophomore forward Alex Crowder added eight points, while senior forward Austin Barnett chipped in with six points and four rebounds. Junior guard Cannon Ray had six points, four steals and two assists.

  • Water main break keeps crews busy


    Elizabethtown road crews were working feverishly Tuesday night to repair a water main break at the intersection of North Mulberry and West Warfield streets that left portions of both roadways closed and water leaking into nearby streets.

    Public Works Superintendent Don Hill said crews started tackling the leak around 7 a.m. They still were hard at work at 7 p.m. to staunch the flow as water gushed out of hydrants down West Warfield Street and adjoining streets along Mulberry Street.

  • Investment in Lincoln heritage will fuel future tourism

    The issue: Restoration of Lincoln’s Boyhood Home

    Our vision: Investment in future historical tourism

  • Veterans Tribute: One down, four to go

    With booming outside from Fort Knox on Tuesday, those involved with the proposed Hardin County Veterans Tribute took a sneak peek at the first statue — a U.S. Army soldier.
    The life-size sculpture, which took artist Rich Griendling three months to create in clay, will be joined by representatives from each military branch. A pair of bronze boots that will honor prisoners of war and those who are missing in action will sit in the middle of the Pentagon-shaped tribute at the future Nature Park off Ring Road. The piece also will honor civil service workers.

  • Parrett visits North Park for Strong Start initiative

    Newly elected 10th District state Sen. Dennis Parrett received a preschool lesson Tuesday.

    Parrett visited North Park Elementary School to learn more about preschool education in Kentucky. Parrett’s visit is only one of the educational trips that Strong Start Kentucky is trying to arrange.

    The Strong Start initiative is part of the Pritchard Committee for Academic Excellence and is a program designed to make quality preschool more accessible. Nannette Johnston, superintendent of Hardin County Schools, serves on the Strong Start committee.

  • United Way to host application session


    The United Way of Central Kentucky is hosting a mandatory training session for nonprofit groups interested in applying for a United Way grant.

    The session is from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday at Cecilian Bank Hillcrest Banking Center and includes information about  completing the application for a United Way grant. The grants are competitive and open to 501(c)(3) organizations in Meade, Grayson, Hardin and LaRue counties.

  • Christian Women’s Connection holds fundraiser


    1 Denise Garrett at the podium welcoming about 70 women to the Christian Women's Connection annual fundraiser held on Nov. 8. Garrett is serving as chairperson for the organization for next two years, under her guidance the club continues to offer all women interested in opportunity to know God. To join the group for bi-monthly luncheons, weekly Bible Studies, prayer groups and community service call Jennifer at 360-8524.


    2 Just a few of the items for bid donated to the silent auction.

  • AM Rotary welcomes new member

    On Nov. 12, the Hardin County AM Rotary Club welcomed new member, Tami Delaney. She is the Development director for Feeding America, transferred her membership from the Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club. Pictured with Delaney is Club President Christy Childers. To learn more about the Hardin County AM Rotary Club visit www.HardinCountyRotary.org.

  • Greenspace Honors Judy Lay

    1Christmas carols were sung at the Greenspace December winter walk along the Helm Trail. Judy Lay, left, is seen with singers, Sandra Kuerzi, Pam Kelley, Edna Gombos and Ann Bennett.

    2 Judy Lay is seen pictured with the bench back support honoring her service to the Greenspace organization. Also pictured are board members, Tiffany McFalls and Martin Noel. 


  • Photos: A Taste of Radcliff